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The following front-page stories received the most comments during the preceding week.

One appellate court judge was impressed enough Tuesday by the case brought by 21 children, some now adults, suing the U.S. government over climate change that he said it may show criminal neglect read more


President Donald Trump said that he would accept information from a foreign government on his opponents in the 2020 presidential election and suggested during his interview with ABC News' George Stephanopoulos that he also wouldn't need to alert the FBI. read more


The details of which documents would be provided to the committee were not disclosed, but Nadler said the agreement would allow all Judiciary Committee members to see "Robert Mueller's most important files ... providing us with key evidence that the Special Counsel used to assess whether the President and others obstructed justice or were engaged in other misconduct." read more


Immigration officials have resumed the much-criticized practice of keeping people outdoors for weeks to relieve dangerous overcrowding. read more


Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell likes to boast that he's the "grim reaper," bedeviling a chamber where progressive legislation from House Democrats comes to die. Funny guy. But the joke sours fast when the languishing proposals include sensible, bipartisan measures to protect America's elections from another "concerted attack," like the one special counsel Robert Mueller found was launched by Russia in 2016.


The Treasury Department dealt the final blow to programs in states like New York and New Jersey designed to help residents circumvent the $10,000 limit on deductions for state and local taxes. read more


President Trump on Friday said he will not fire White House counselor Kellyanne Conway after a federal watchdog recommended that she be removed for repeatedly violating the Hatch Act by engaging in partisan political activity on behalf of her boss. read more


The U.S. budget deficit widened to $738.6 billion in the first eight months of the fiscal year, a $206 billion increase from a year earlier, as expenditures climbed faster than revenue. read more


Chronic street homelessness in Seattle has become a constant reminder of civic failure in a progressive city that's thriving economically. read more


White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders has announced that she will be leaving the Trump administration at the end of June, according to a tweet Thursday from President Donald Trump. read more


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